Charli Adams has dropped a brand new track, ‘Maybe Could Have Loved’

It's the first collaboration to be taken from the Nashville singer/songwriter's forthcoming debut album 'Bullseye'.

Charli Adams has dropped a brand new track, ‘Maybe Could Have Loved’.

Teaming up with Nightly‘s Jonathan Capeci (who is actually Charli’s housemate, ‘FYI’), it’s the first collaboration to be taken from the Nashville singer/songwriter’s forthcoming debut album ‘Bullseye’.

“We’ve spent so many nights venting to each other about our pessimism and the death of romance in modern dating,” Adams explains. “I think we’re both a bit of hopeless romantics and I knew I wanted him to sing on this one.”

“I think sometimes it’s daunting to think about the future, so much that we miss out on a moment in time. Not to be lame or preachy, I’m just a bit of a romantic… but if you love someone, you should just let yourself.”

“I’ve never really thought love was forever, but to be fair, I think that’s unrealistic,” she continues. “I wrote this about loving someone while you have them instead of anticipating the ending. Essentially, as humans, we all just want to be loved.”

You can check out ‘Maybe Could Have Loved’ below.

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